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Pop - Verschenen op 29 oktober 2007 | Sober & Gentle

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Pop - Verschenen op 27 september 2019 | Barclay

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In 2016, Welcome Home marked a turning point in Mark Daumail’s career as it was the first Cocoon album to not feature his other half Morgane Imbeaud, who left to pursue other horizons. The French singer-songwriter seemed anything but jaded by success and some of his songs ended up in commercials (Chupee). With that amazing third record, part-created in Richmond in Virginia at Matthew E. White’s house, Cocoon’s pop folk was enriched with soul flavours, violins and even gospel. Three years later, Mark Daumail prolonged his trip in the sun by going back to Cocoon’s basics. He speaks about love for the first time, viewing couples as fires that must be maintained. And he infuses his record with travel (Israel, California, Tuscany…) and people he has met along the way (Clou, Lola Marsh, Owlle…). The pop folk found in Wood Fire does not revolutionise Cocoon’s sound yet it has never felt so sincere and warm. As a big fan of Paul McCartney, Mark Daumail is above all a gifted composer who never forgets the basic ingredients of a good song. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz
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Pop - Verschenen op 26 augustus 2016 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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Six years after Where the Oceans End appeared in 2010, Cocoon has decided to return to the limelight. The good news is that Mark Daumail seems totally unaffected by his global success, which saw his tracks featured on various advertising spots all over the world. The proof of his continued interest in creating quality records is in Welcome Home, an impeccable third album that was largely conceived in Richmond, Virginia, at the American songwriter Matthew E. White's home. The songwriter, producer and owner of the Spacebomb label, as well as his team, bring a lot of old school know-how to this record and it shows. Natalie Prass (whose eponymous debut album was actually produced by White) is stunning on her two tracks (Retreat and Watch My Back) and the production finally gives this group the quality it deserves.
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Pop - Verschenen op 25 oktober 2010 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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The second album by the French duo of Mark Daumail and Morgane Imbeaud has a bit more of a U.K. focus than the debut -- not necessarily a matter of language, but the production from Ian Caple and arrangements from Dickon Hinchliffe of Tindersticks put a certain stamp on it (as opening song "Sushi" demonstrates, with the lush, slightly spooky strings audibly within the realm of Hinchliffe's interests). Daumail and Imbeaud's own work is on the one hand a familiar kind of early 21st century folk/indie/(pick a term, any term) -- the cheery ukulele on "Comets" says as much, as does its shift into a full-bodied drum-heavy punch on the choruses. It's all brisk, well performed, and equal parts sprightly and reflective -- nothing too surprising in the end, it's a second album by a band clearly working in a vein rather than fully staking out a spot of its own. Songs like "Dee Doo" and "Dolphins" race along, just waiting to soundtrack some sort of sweet video montage from a recent film, and it doesn't even have to be (500) Days of Summer. But those elements that are their own remain enjoyable -- Imbeaud's singing has a deeper, just melancholic undertow even at the band's most energetic, well suited to match the larger arrangements on a song like "Yum Yum" -- and nowhere near as twee as the title might suggest. If Daumail is not as distinct in comparison he's still enjoyable enough, and his understated lead on the increasingly dramatic build of "Oh My God" provides a surprisingly strong anchor. Where the band goes next isn't yet clear, but there's space for it to make a stronger mark in the future. © Ned Raggett /TiVo
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Pop - Verschenen op 1 januari 2011 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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Pop - Verschenen op 7 september 2009 | Sober & Gentle

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Pop - Verschenen op 26 augustus 2016 | Universal Music Division Barclay

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Six years after Where the Oceans End appeared in 2010, Cocoon has decided to return to the limelight. The good news is that Mark Daumail seems totally unaffected by his global success, which saw his tracks featured on various advertising spots all over the world. The proof of his continued interest in creating quality records is in Welcome Home, an impeccable third album that was largely conceived in Richmond, Virginia, at the American songwriter Matthew E. White's home. The songwriter, producer and owner of the Spacebomb label, as well as his team, bring a lot of old school know-how to this record and it shows. Natalie Prass (whose eponymous debut album was actually produced by White) is stunning on her two tracks (Retreat and Watch My Back) and the production finally gives this group the quality it deserves.
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Pop - Verschenen op 27 september 2019 | Barclay

In 2016, Welcome Home marked a turning point in Mark Daumail’s career as it was the first Cocoon album to not feature his other half Morgane Imbeaud, who left to pursue other horizons. The French singer-songwriter seemed anything but jaded by success and some of his songs ended up in commercials (Chupee). With that amazing third record, part-created in Richmond in Virginia at Matthew E. White’s house, Cocoon’s pop folk was enriched with soul flavours, violins and even gospel. Three years later, Mark Daumail prolonged his trip in the sun by going back to Cocoon’s basics. He speaks about love for the first time, viewing couples as fires that must be maintained. And he infuses his record with travel (Israel, California, Tuscany…) and people he has met along the way (Clou, Lola Marsh, Owlle…). The pop folk found in Wood Fire does not revolutionise Cocoon’s sound yet it has never felt so sincere and warm. As a big fan of Paul McCartney, Mark Daumail is above all a gifted composer who never forgets the basic ingredients of a good song. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz
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Electronic - Verschenen op 12 maart 2021 | MJC